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10 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2014 NEWS cape Gazette suits, compendium and revival of powers and validating section. For more information, call town hall at 302-684-4110 or go to at Briefly )) for next year's tourist season. A full agenda can be found Dewey BOA hearing slated Dec. 18 Cape Gazette posts A Dewey Beach Boara of Ad- early holiday deadlines Lewes to discuss flood justment hearing regarding a The Cape Gazette announces plain ordinance Dec. 16 property at 125 Read Ave. has early deadlines for the next two been scheduled for 6 p.m., Thurs- weeks' editions. The retail and Lewes Mayor and City Coun- day, Dec. 18, in the Dewey Beach classified advertising deadlines cil will hold a public hearing Life Saving Station, lDagsworthy for the Friday, Dec. 26 edition and special meeting at 7 p.m., Ave. are noon, Monday, Dec. 22. The Tuesday, Dec. 16, at city hall. The Neighbors of the property retail and classified deadlines public will have an opportunity maintain that town building offi- for the Tuesday Dec. 30 edition to discuss changes to the city's cial Bill Mears improperly issued of the Cape Gazette are noon, floodplain ordinance before city a building permit dated July 8. Wednesday, Dec. 24 council takes a vote on adopting The property is zoned resort Early deadlines for the Friday, a new ordinance. residential. The hearing has been ]an. 2 edition are noon, Monday, The city has been working to postponed three times. Dec. 29, and noon, Wednesday, update its floodplain regulations Dec. 31, for the Tuesday, ]an. 6 and increase its Community Dewey marketing group edition. Rating System number in order Cape Gazette business offices to qualify for a larger discount to meet Dec. 19 will be closed Thursday and in the National Flood Insurance The Dewey Beach Marketing Friday, Dec. 25-26, and Thursday Program. For more information, Committee will be meeting at 10 and Friday, Jan. 1-2. call city hall at 302-645-7777. a.m., Friday, Dec. 19 in the Dewey Beach Life Saving Station, 1 Dag- Milton committee to Lewes planning sworthy Ave. The agenda includes a discus- diSCUSS towll charter commission tomeet sion on what actions need to be Milton's Charter and Ordi- The Lewes Planning Com- taken for Tuesday evening vol- nance Review Committee will mission will meet at 7 p.m., leyball to be possible. The idea meet at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. Wednesday, Dec. 17, at city hall. is the event would complement 18, at the Milton library. Commissioners will have an in- the Monday night movies and The committee will discuss formal discussion with the owner Wednesday night bonfires that and possibly vote on changes to of 130 McFee St. about subdivid- are already put on by the town the town's charter, including the ing the property, which is zoned and the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey following sections: enumeration R-4 Historical. The commission Beach Chamber of Commerce. of powers, streets, curbing and will also continue its discussion Other agenda items include paving, collection of charges due about the comprehensive plan a review of the town website to the town, power to borrow update. For more information, and a progress report on family- money and issue bonds, acts or call city hall at 302-645-7777. friendly activities being planned Lewes library committee to meet The Lewes Library Project Committee will meet at 9:30 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 18, at city hall. The group will continue discus- sion regarding the city's potential contribution to the Lewes Public Library's construction and opera- tion budget. Councilman Rob Morgan is also slated to make a presenta- tion to,the committee. For more information call city hall at 302- 645-7777. Police & Fire )) Three injured in Log Cabin Hill Road crash Three people were injured Dec. 14 in an early morning crash along Log Cabin Hill Road. The crash happened at 2 a.m. when Donna ]. White, 67, of Colora, Md., drove out of the parking lot of the Lewes-Re- hoboth Moose Lodge and failed to yield to oncoming traffic, said Master Cpl. Jeffrey Hale of the Delaware State Police. The left front of White's 2007 Pontiac Vibe was struck by the left front of a 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser driven by Angelo Gring- Vazquez, 20, of Lewes, which had been traveling eastbound on Log Cabin Hill Road, Hale said. White, who was properly re- strained at the time of the crash, was removed from the scene by EMS and transported to Beebe Healthcare. She was later flown to Chris- tiana Hospital where she is being treated for serious in- juries, Hale said. A passenger in White's vehicle, Patricia A. Kent, 59, of Lancaster, Pa., who was not properly restrained, was removed from the scene by Delaware State Police helicopter and flown to Beebe Healthcare for serious injuries. A 67-year-old woman in Gring-Vazquez's vehicle was not properly restrained, and she was removed from the scene by EMS and taken to Beebe Healthcare for her injuries. The name of the woman has been withheld pend- ing the notification of her next of kin, Hale said. Angelo Gring- Vazquez also was not properly restrained, but he was un'miured. He was cited by troopers with driving under the influence of alcohol. The investigation into. this crash by the Delaware State Police Crash Reconstruction Unit is continuing at this time and more charges are expected, Hale said. Log Cabin Hill Road was closed for about three hours while the crash was investigated and cleared. I know it' complicated, confusin and frustrat n- Let me help. OPEN ENROLLMENT ENDS FEBRUARY 15TH! Monday - Saturday, 8 AM - I0 PM Jim vereneault Licensed Insurance Professional Since 1993